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Fight Against Corruption Briefing POSTPONED

Executive Breakfast Briefing: Fight against Corruption through CAC Certification

We live in the era of rapid change where constant technology development can transform the world population’s behaviour. To operate sustainable businesses, one of the key factors impacting the business operation is good governance. Governance is not only a concern for large companies, but for all businesses.

Poor governance may lead to corruption, which results in negative impact on reputation and reliability. To ensure that the organisation is well placed to respond to a changing external environment, governance establishment requires input and support from all levels of an organisation. Businesses need to recognise what are the bad results of corruption; corruption risks as well as how to control them. The transparency of anti-corruption policies are very important for the system to run effectively, both for big and small companies.

A MoU was signed between Collective action Against Corruption (CAC) and each of the Nordic Chambers on 11 October 2018. This MoU shows the commitment of Nordic Chambers to support CAC and with emphasis on what TNCC and the other Nordic chambers prioritise long term. We aim to increase the number of CAC certified members in 2020, and especially SMEs. 

Breakfast Executive Briefing: Fight against corruption through CAC Certification event will be a practical guide to help all participants plan and run their business effectively moving forward. The briefing will also highlight the CAC certification process. This event will be an interactive discussion where Norwegian certified companies share their perspective and experiences in achieving CAC certification. This is an opportunity for participants to learn from peers. It is essential for a company to achieve its goals and drive advancement, as well as maintain legitimate and ethical status in the eyes of shareholders, regulators and community.

  • Date: 10 March 2020
  • Venue: IOD Members Space, 5th Floor Gaysorn Centre (Map).
  • Time: 08.00 – 10.00
  • RSVP: [email protected] or within 6 March 2020.
  • Tickets:
    Members and Partner’s members: Free of charge (Available on first come first serve basis)
    Non-members: Baht 500


  • Mr. Kulvech Janvatanakul, President of Collective Action Coalition Against Corruption (CAC)
  • Ms. Vibeke Lyssand Leirvag, Managing Director, Felicia Design
  • Ms. Domenica Piantedosi, General Manager, Felicia Design


08.00        Registration and Networking

08.30        Welcome remarks by Mr. Axel Blom, President and Ms. Aina Eidsvik, Senior Advisor of

                 Ethics, Compliance and Anti-Corruption of Thai-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce

08.35        Introductory of Anti-corruption practice and CAC programme by CAC

  • How important is good governance for the business?
  • Why is it necessary to understand corruption risks assessment and evaluation?
  • How to conduct internal audits and establish internal controls?
  • How to formulate and implement anti-corruption policies?

08.55        Experience sharing in achieving CAC certification by Felicia Design

09.15        Q&A

09.30        Networking